I thought if I was lucky it would be a nice, modest-sized, modest-budgeted film that would be a modest success. And then something happened.
I'm interested in making films of all sizes. During this time I've made a film called 'The Boy in the Striped Pajamas', which is a modest-sized film. I was involved in 'I Am Legend' and 'Yes, Man', but 'Potter' is unique. There'll never be anything like 'Potter' again.
But typically for a project like the Mac, the size we had was pretty good. And it has different stages. The team grows as you have to write manuals and do testing... though the Mac had no formal testing.
There's a tendency for designers to embellish the size of their business. I never lie.
If I'm in the bookstore, and I see a 700-page novel, my first thought is, 'Ooh, how could you cut this down to size and make a movie out of it?'
The size thing is not some gimmick or attention-getting trick but a genuine undercurrent of the work. Frank Gehry for instance likes to imagine his buildings as sculptures. I like to imagine my sculptures as architectural.
I want to emphasize that I am not opposed to pipelines. We already have hundreds of them in our state. I am opposed to the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline route because it is directly over the Ogallala Aquifer.
It's like you work with people, and based on the size of the budget, you sometimes can't pay them what they deserve.
I don't want to be size zero and I'm glad I'm not.
In suggesting gifts: Money is appropriate, and one size fits all.
There's no such thing as a standard size movie star, or woman for that matter.
I'm a size 12 and I'm very happy with it.
I am all about health... and to me, size is not what defines your health.
I'm comfortable with being a voluptuous woman because I'm not going to be a size two and that's ok with me.
I've never worn plus size brands, and I never had to because I found what worked for my body type. So my advice is to find what works for you.
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